Month: April 2017

Winter returns to the U.K.

Arctic air has enveloped the United Kingdom with heavy snow in Scotland and northern England and near freezing temperatures as far south as London. Forecasters say snow in late April is not uncommon and actually fell over parts of the… Read More ›

Keeping an eye on N.B. rivers

Emergency measures officials with River Watch in New Brunswick are closely monitoring the St. John River and say the only area currently above flood stage is near Jemseg. Even with rain being forecasted by Environment Canada, water levels are expected… Read More ›

Record highs in the Maritimes

Astronomical spring officially arrived almost three weeks ago but it finally arrived in the Maritimes today with record highs throughout the region. In Greater Moncton, the temperature climbed to 17.3 C – the warmest high of 2017 – which surpassed… Read More ›

Spring may finally arrive in N.B.

Good news… spring may finally be arriving! Environment Canada says the recent winter-like grip over Southeast New Brunswick will finally give way to milder temperatures and rain beginning later this week. Temperatures will finally climb into the double digits Celsius… Read More ›